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2017-11-24 16:38:47 UTC









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Daniele Caccia

57025 Riotorto-Piombino (LI)

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Call data

Last update:2017-09-04 19:55:50
Main prefix:I
DXCC Zone:248
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:15…

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QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2017-03-19 10:35:53
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:YES
Extra QSL Info:search this call I5-5387FI


The Radio Station.
Listening is started in early 1994, the bands were Favorites, I experienced the transmitters at, ascoltatato and attended all the bands assigned to the amateur radio service in both MF,HF,VHF UHF.
I managed to combine the radio to "computer" in 1994, for a few years, thanks to my trusty and legendary C64 and the modem Expert of new electronics are unable to receive the first packet radio stations, very funny with the packet the study of spread within 2 meters band by monitoring H24 144,800 attendance and then incoming direct route stations couldn't figure out which side there were openings of propagation (especially in summer with E-. sporadic).
Always by combining Radio + Computer, (C64) I'm hooked to satellites,
Immense satisfaction receiving satellite DOVE 17 and the MIR space station, through appropriate programs I could with absolute precision (updating the program with the ephemeris AMSAT) provide the steps and in the case of where the satellite on-board telemetrria 17 receive while MIR listen to astronauts during the steps and packet radio used as a "bridge" by radio amateurs in Europe!
Listening and experimentation continued with the reception of NOAA polar satellites, some pictures that I still keep jealously are really well you think that receiving took place with YAESU FRG 9600 and a Discone antenna, ... also remember now the typical incoming signal from NOAA.
In early 2000 I made much listening and RTTY decoding of weather stations as well as for the weather charts from Hamburg weather.
I have experienced many digital modes. Hell, PSK31, Rtty, and APRS on VHF. N
In 2008 I put the equipment to make room for kids, but in 2015 the flame ignited radio again ... it's been almost 7 years, I decided to buy a portable tuner SANGEAN ATS 909X, ... from there I created a corner I put standing apparatuses and tried to fill that void for 7 years, I have put up with the technologies , experiencing the new digital modes. JT and WSPR ... here we are.
I attend the low bands at wspr 630 and 160 are my favorite, I'd like to experiment with the VHF, but in Italy, at least for now there is no activity.

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Last update: 04/09/2017

Australia: 2 Call Areas (2-3)
Canada: 3 Provinces/Territories (NB-ON-QC)
DXCC: 80 Countries
Europe: 44 Countries
Grid HF JT65: 212
Japan: 5 Call Areas (1-2-3-5-8)
Prefixes: 275
WAS: 24

Worked DXCCs:


Kenwood TS-450S
Yaesu FRG-9600
Sangean ATS-909X

Triangle loop (home made in test)
Dipole 144 VHF
Dipole 432 UHF

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